Message - Are firms becoming more diverse?

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Posted by  Justin Hui on December 12, 2003 at 21:15:34:

As the future unfold, many things tend to come together. For example, technology plays a bigger role with architecture. The way of life in the 21st century will oblige architects to design structures that will collaborate with other subjects to accomodate the client's needs. So my question is, are firms becoming more diverse? Are we combining other subjects with architecture? Are there firms that specialize in combining things together? One good example is James Law Cybertecture, in which they combine architecture and computer technology together.

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